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Humphrey the Bear is a fictional character created by The Walt Disney Company in 1950. It is a lazy bear and particularly greedy. He first appeared in a Goofy cartoon called Hold That Pose. After that he appeared in 4 classic Donald Duck cartoons, namely Rugged Bear, Grin and Bear It, Bearly Asleep, and Beezy Bear. Humphrey also appeared in Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, Goof Troop, Mickey Mouse Works, and House of Mouse. Unlike other bears, he lives in Brownstone Park and his boss, ranger Ocarina, always advises him severely of things to do. He is one of Donald's animal antagonists. Despite being placed as an antagonist of Donald Duck, in animated shorts, Onofrio is not evil but very lazy and greedy but above all a great bungler. Typical of the character is the panic attack in moments of difficulty in which he looks for an escape route in every direction.
The story tells about the adventures of Kissyfur and his father Gus, a couple of circus bears that are lost in the southern swamps after the circus train derailed and sank. Being part of their few survivors, they began a new life in the swamps of the south, where they made wonderful new friends. Using their skills and knowledge of the human world, Kissyfur and his dad have a business in the swamps as freight carriers and a tourist boat service, and above all, they are dedicated to protecting the swamp inhabitants from the threat of the Jolene brothers (female, in the original version) and Floyd, two fierce, but comical, lizards, who seek to hunt the little ones for a snack. Kissyfur's friends include: Beehonie, the bunny; Stok, the porcupine; Duane, the neat little pig; Lenny, the peccary growling; Tooth, the beaver, and of course Miss Emilu, her school teacher and for whom Gus feels great appreciation.
Baloo is a jovial, laid-back character who likes to have fun and prefers to run away from responsibilities. A true Mowgli mentor, he spends most of his time resting and enjoying life. His personality is very different from the character imagined by Kipling for whom it rather acts as a rather stern instructor. In the 1990 Disney animated TV series TaleSpin, Baloo is the main character of the series and is based primarily on the character from Disney's The Jungle Book, but he wears a flight cap and a yellow shirt. In the movie The Jungle Book, Baloo was originally supposed to make only a brief appearance in the film, but the character's leader Ollie Johnston considered Phil Harris's dubbing work so fascinating that he developed the character. According to Wolfgang Reitherman, it is initially conceived using the model Wallace Beery. The result is that Baloo was the star of the film than Bagheera whose role is more essential to the story. Baloo is a gracious blue-gray bear who adopted the easy life as a creed. Despite this nature criticized by the panther, Baloo proves he is a true friend of Mowgli by defending the child against the tiger Shere Khan.
Kit Nubarrón (Kit Cloudkicker) is the navigator aboard Baloo's plane, El Ganso. His first appearance was in the pilot episode, "Plunder and Lightning". His appearance marks are the Green Sweatshirt, the blue baseball cap with a red dot wearing reverse, and his ability to surf in the clouds. The baseball cap was a gift from Baloo as a sign of friendship and trust. He is a 12-year-old orphan who was with the Air Pirates commanded by Don Karnage, a year before the series began. Kit's character was unique in Disney's history - he had a dark past because he was like Don Karnage's "little protected". According to the story, he says that he got tired of being with them, met Baloo when he hid in El Ganso to escape from the Air Pirates because they are looking for him because of betrayal.
Molly Elizabeth Cunningham, is Rebecca's little daughter, yellow in her fur. A little adventurer of only 6 years old, without being afraid to say what she thinks like her mother. Molly loves her favorite ice cream "Frosty Pep", sometimes she plays 'The Dangerous Woman', the super heroine of a children's radio show. While looking for adventures with Kit and Baloo, she carries her doll called 'Lucy', often mocks her adversaries much older than her. Her middle name, Elizabeth, was heard in the episode "Mom for a day", is the only character that bears her middle name. Her father's name has not been mentioned as the creator of the series Jymn Magon declared that Rebecca is a widow, Rebecca says Molly "Pumpkin".
Andy Panda is a cartoon character created by Walter Lantz. He starred in his own animated short film series, which were distributed by Universal Pictures between 1939 and 1949. In the first versions of the character, Andy is a puppy, whose father, Papa Panda, throughout the short films tries to be an example to follow for his son. Then, Andy appeared individually in a style similar to Mickey Mouse, he even had a pet similar to Pluto. Andy Panda's first short film was Life Begins for Andy Panda in 1939. The 1940s cartoon entitled Knock Knock introduced Lantz's most important star, the Crazy Bird. Lantz continued to produce Andy Panda shorts until he closed his studio in 1948. When they opened it again in 1950, Andy Panda was not produced again.
Boo-Boo Bear (Bubu Bear) is an animated character of Hanna-Barbera. He is a small bear and the best friend of the Yogi Bear, who lives with him in Jellystone. It is light brown, sports a dark blue bow tie, and a disheveled bangs. Boo-Boo is calm and prudent, although he always follows Yogi closely, worried about what he is going to do warning him that he can get into trouble. Yogi's relationship with Bubu can be compared to the relationship between Don Quijote and Sancho Panza, being two good friends, adventurous and curious, in addition to sharing the characteristic of a leader and a follower. It is common to hear the phrase "Hey Boo-Boo!", Said by Yogi when he wants to speak to his friend.
The Buddy Bear is a life-size bear sculpture, made of synthetic material reinforced with glass fibers. Each sculpture is painted with an individual design. Eva and Klaus Herlitz created the bear sculpture in 2001, in close cooperation with the Austrian sculptor Roman Strobl. In the same year more than 300 Buddy Bears were painted, and placed in central squares and streets of Berlin. In 2002, another, even broader idea was realized: the circle of United Buddy Bears. The project was first presented in the European summer of 2002 at the Pariser Platz square in Berlin. The exhibition was opened by Mayor Klaus Wowereit. The most conspicuous guests present during the first exhibition were German ex-president Johannes Rau and UNICEF's global ambassador, Sir Peter Ustinov.
Cindy is the eternally in love bear of the Yogi bear, with whom she establishes a mutual courtship. Cindy the bear first appeared in 1961 in the television series The Yogi Bear Show, as a semi-recurring character. The original design featured a blue coat, a hat, a scarf white neck and carried a parasol shade, matching her wrinkled skirt. She appeared as co-protagonist in the 1964 film Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!, in which she was held captive in a circus and exhibited as a tightrope walker, stimulating Yogi and Bubu to come to his rescue. For the film, it was redesigned by the artistic director Iwao Takamoto, in the more familiar modern version with a light brown fur coat, a ruched mini skirt in blue and a yellow scarf around the neck.
Humphrey B. Bear was an Australian television serial that debuted in 1965. The show became one of the most successful shows for pre-school students in Australia. Muffrey's part was originally played by Edwin "Ted" Duryea, an actor, singer and dancer whose human identity was never revealed. Humphrey's character is a tall, shaggy brown bear with a large, shiny nose, straw bootheater, tartan waist coat and large yellow bow-tie. His television show is always assisted by a companion who recounts Humphrey's various adventures in the "magic forest" including his brightly colored tree house. The show is shot on television studio sets. In the early days the character was known as Bear and was known as Humphrey B Bear as a result of aerial competition.